Treaty Rock Park is located near Seltice Way on Compton Street.
Treaty Rock Park is the site of the legendary treaty between Chief Seltice of the Coeur d’ Alene Indians and Fredrick Post, the Town’s founder. The site is listed on the National Historic Register and features a section of the rock with the words “June 1, 1871, Frederick Post,” along with Native American pictographs.
A beautiful natural area with paved trails, native vegetation, and interesting rock formations, this 4 acre park has a small picnic area next to the parking lot. A trail loops through the park, down a rock gorge, and passes the treaty rock on the way back to the parking lot.
Address: 705 N. Compton Street
- Open Space
- Scenic Views